When you start a new project, you can devote 100% of your time to new, exciting stuff. As the project grows and matures, maintenance and general upkeep take over. Eventually the cool features, the ones you wake up excited to go work on and change the world with, get pushed to the side. Sneaking time to work on them begins to feel like a guilty pleasure.
While the day-to-day stuff isn’t glamorous, it’s still critical to making a useful site. To help illustrate that work on CalTopo is still alive and kicking in the absence of big-ticket changes, this post is devoted to some of the smaller items from the last couple months. They are:
Added Degree Decimal Minute support to the PDF generator.
Custom PDF page scales. You could always choose “not fixed”, but now you can snap boxes to a custom scale: